Sub.Mission and Cervantes' Masterpiece Present
UP UNTIL NOW ft. David Murphy (STS9) & Jeremy Salken (Big Gigantic) w/ Shweez of Two Fresh, SunSquabi and The Best Dancers
2637 Welton Street
Denver, CO, 80205
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 16 and over
Watch & Listen
Up Until Now
Jay Murphy of Up Until Now has so far lived his life completely centered and orbiting around music. He comes from a collective past involved in bands with genres of reggae, world beat, rock, hip hop, funk, electro-pop,and even heavy metal. With this new project, he distills the pure essence in music that has always driven him, and channels it into electronic dance music with the sole purpose of making bodies move. When you get talent of this type with huge broad experience, and focus it into one vision, you best believe that it burns like a laser.
Since its conception in 2010, Up Until Now has performed across the country from Portland, OR to Jacksonville, FL, from New York City to Austin, TX. He has been featured at many major summer music festivals including Camp Bisco X, Electric Forest, and SnowGlobe. With the momentum Up Until Now has built in the last few years, the future is certainly bright for this producer. Keep an eye out for UUN coming to your town real soon.
After an amazing 17 year career with
STS9 as the front man and band
leader, David Murphy left the band in early 2014 with the desire to work with vocals, soloist's and create a more focused sound. Since then he has recently formed the band Seven Arrows, been DJ'ing and performing in supergroups across the country. Playing in the supergroups has given David the chance to delve back into improv and freeform music which was so much apart of the formation of STS9. 2015 has much on the horizon for David musically so keep your ears and eyes open for his next musical endeavours.
Jeremy Salken is the drummer and co-founder of Boulder, Colorado's Big Gigantic.
Shweez (Two Fresh)
Before twin brothers Kendrick and Sherwyn Nicholls even turned 21, Two Fresh had already landed a label signing with 1320 Records on the merit of extensive successful touring across the east coast. Within a short few months, their first album “The Baker’s Dozen” was released to their devoted fan base.
Fast forward to 2011 and Two Fresh has already graced the lineups of multiple major US festivals including SXSW, Electric Daisy Carnival, Wakarusa, Starscape and North Coast. Alongside fellow producers Jables and Bookworm, Two Fresh established the Lab Coat beat collective in the musical hotbed of Asheville, NC. Together Two Fresh and Lab Coat bring a new presentation and sound to electronic music in the Southeast region.
Make sure to get Two Fresh’s sophomore debut album “Air Mail,” available now on Elm and Oak, 1320 Records, Itunes, Boomkat, and Bleep.
The 3 Piece Electronic Hydro Funk Experience from Boulder, CO known as SunSquabi is poised to break out in 2015. The group has performed at some of the country’s most notable music festivals (Wakarusa, Summer Camp, Euphoria Music Festival, Mcdowell Mtn Music Festival, Sonic Bloom, Snowball, SXSW and more). Since May 2012, the trio has been consistently touring the U.S. and rapidly gaining recognition from the ever-evolving EDM and Livetronica markets. SunSquabi has shared the stage with Big Gigantic, Pretty Lights, GriZ, Murphy of STS9, Up Until Now, Two Fresh, Conspirator, Michal Menert, Boombox, The Floozies, Archnemesis, Break Science, Minnesota, Ghostland Observatory and many more.
Constantly on the studio grind, SunSquabi is always striving to change and mature their sound. They continue to break down and analyze the expectations of what a “Live-Electronic” band should be. Through their own studio recordings and collaborations with other artists such as Griz, SunSquabi is dedicated to their ever evolving craft in the studio and on the live stage.
A recent overhaul on the live set has propelled the group into 2015, with plans to tour all over the U.S. They will be making appearances at several major festivals this summer, with an album release planned for late Summer 2015.
The Best Dancers
“Having been on our radar since their track “Initiative to Move” was remixed by Up Until Now, The Best Dancers inaugural EP release has us pretty excited!” - Ryan Getz @ TreeThugger.com
“Their productions have a traditional electro feel but tie in more with contemporary giants such as Pretty Lights. The siblings bring over 20 years of experience to the table that is showcased through smooth transitions, perfect overlaying, and innovation.” - Colin Hudson @ The Deli Magazine
‘Stop Playing This’ is an experimental electro-funk homage to rock & roll and hip hop alike. Glistening with samples, and more importantly, nods to many artists, "Stop Playing This" ties modern electronic dance music with bits of the past. Careful to keep each track soulful and gripping, the brothers combine melodies and heavy beats for dancing. Now, months after the official release of the Up Until Now (1320 Records) remix of TBD’s track “Initiative To Move,” the brothers release their debut EP, which marks the beginning of a bright future performing and releasing music in the electronic community. In 2010 Franny and Bobby Govea moved to Portland, Oregon and formed The Best Dancers. Most recently The Best Dancers have been performing live around the state of Oregon. Notable TBD performances have taken place at Portland's McMenamin's White Eagle, GrooveSuite, The Whiskey Bar, and SOAK 2012's Main Stage. In their collaborations the duo combine elements of “traditional” EDM with notable influences of hip-hop, electro, funk, rock, and improvisation. With over 2 decades of combined experience in music production and performance, The Best Dancers hope to spread their love of music, dancing, and life through their original productions and remixes. A slew of shows has been planned for 2013, including performances at Human Nature Music Festival and Summer Circus Music Festival.
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